When it comes to traveling restrictions are easing.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that domestic travelers who are coming to New York don’t have to quarantine if they’ve had the COVID-19 vaccine.
In the past anyone who came from another state would have to quarantine for 14 days. Now, the COVID-19 vaccine allows travelers to opt-out of that.
While moderate changes happened in New York- other states like Texas announced a complete rollback of COVID-19 restrictions earlier this week.
“Going to those states that are fully open, I would still be cautious,” Lynn Kistner, of Canal View Travel told 13WHAM. “I would still mask up and do your due diligence to make sure that you keep safe.”
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